How to Lose Weight Fast: 7 Scientifically Proven Steps to Quick Results

You probably agree that it seems impossible to lose weight fast.

Most people believe that it involves counting boring calories or putting your body at risk. But when you have the right knowledge and system in place, losing weight fast is not only possible…

It can actually be relatively simple and you don’t have to starve yourself!

These 7 scientifically proven steps on how to lose weight fast will help you see results much quicker than you have before.

Why You Should Lose Weight Fast

So there is this myth that exists about fast weight loss:

“Losing weight fast is dangerous and will mean you put more weight back on afterward.

Nothing in this article is dangerous or involves taking some risky pill that you have no idea about.

In fact, it’s not even advice that will leave you starving or counting calories.

Everything is backed by science and has been proven time and again to have better results than following the “lose weight slowly” advice.

So why should you lose weight fast?

1 Motivation to Lose Weight

Here’s the truth…

People are motivated by results.


If you start to shed a few pounds by next week, chances are you will get a kick of motivation as you can see it is working.

Most dieters try 3-4 diets in a year and less than 1% of people reach their goals.

When you are trying to count calories, or use intense exercise when your body isn’t used to it, it very quickly becomes difficult.

Motivation is very fickle.

In fact, it has been proven that we only have so many good choices we can make in a day.

So if you lose weight fast, chances are you will have more motivation to keep going.

How to Lose Weight Fast

2 People Die From Being Overweight… Not Losing Weight Fast

Do you know how many people die from trying to lose weight using the science below?

You got it… nobody.

However, it’s become very clear how bad the issue is with obesity around the world.

There are over 300,000 obesity-related deaths in the United States every year.

Losing weight quickly is not the issue here.

Being overweight for a long period of time is the issue.

The really good news for you is that it doesn’t take long for your body to adjust to the things you put in your body.

So if you started right now, your body will thank you for doing so this time next week!

3 Short Term Gain Actually Improves Long Term Results

This is another myth that needs to be busted…

Losing weight fast does not mean you will just put more weight back on.

Ignoring the science below, eating McDonald’s every day and never getting out of bed will mean this will happen.

In fact, a study in the New England Journal of Medicine has proven that people losing weight quickly within the first 2-4 weeks actually had the greatest weight loss results the following year.

Therefore, losing weight fast will help you in the short term AND long term.

Now, I can almost hear your mind asking what these proven steps are.

So let’s dig in…

How to Lose Weight Fast: The 7 Proven Steps

First of all, it’s important to note that if you do not follow every step it is unlikely you will see the best results.

Each step is important and helps the body in different ways.

Missing a step is like trying to drive a car without having the key, the steering wheel or any gas in the tank.

These steps are not miracles, it’s just basic science used to your advantage. If you take action on the 7 steps you will:

  • Be able to eat food without counting calories
  • Lose weight quickly without starving yourself
  • Sleep better
  • Increase your metabolism
  • Have more energy
  • Be happier

But, it is completely up to you to take action and implement the steps.

Nobody else will force you to do it (although finding an accountability partner, ideally someone you live with will certainly help).

So let’s find out how to lose weight fast…

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